Mind Games (2014)
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A congressman's son asks the team to change his father's vote on an important issue back to the position he promised during his campaign. Meanwhile, a reporter is determined to undermine their fledgling company.


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Kyle Killen (created by), Kyle Killen | 2 more credits »


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Episode credited cast:
Christian Slater ... Ross Edwards
Steve Zahn ... Clark Edwards
Megalyn Echikunwoke ... Megan
Gregory Marcel ... Miles
Jaime Ray Newman ... Sam Gordon
Cedric Sanders ... Latrell
Mark L. Young ... Ryan McKee
Javier Grajeda ... Mark Andrews
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Derek Bradley Derek Bradley ... Assistant Attorney
Alexander Cirillo Alexander Cirillo ... Banquet Guest
Richard Cotovsky ... William
Katherine Cunningham ... Beth Scott
Alexandra Groot Alexandra Groot ... Trendy Girl
Terry Hamilton ... Congressman McKee
Christine Heartmont Christine Heartmont ... Trendy Girl (as Christine Hwang)


Congressman McKee's adolescent son Ryan McKee hires the team to make his father stick to the single campaign key promise, getting a gun control law trough Congress, to prevent home dramas like when he killed his kid brother and thus alienated his father. Clark succeeds by dream intrusion but no Ross's despair insists on mending the father-son relationship as well, for free. Meanwhile the insurance company boss whose arm they twisted PR-wise to pay for exceptional treatment seeks revenge by sending a reporter to tell the world about the team's unorthodox and inefficient methods. Written by KGF Vissers

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...and, fail
20 March 2014 | by appelaSee all my reviews

4th episode into series and they run to a topic guaranteed to lose half the viewership. Gun control.

Libtards never, ever learn.

NCIS has gone way down the rabbit hole of preachy story lines. It would be a shame to have another potentially excellent show get hamstrung with stories that make you feel like the school mam is lecturing you and saying you are a 'bad, bad man!'

The Olympics was full of PC blather and painful commentary that made it hard to watch without muting the sound.

When will they learn that great stories make great shows and keep viewership but writing stories around flash fire policy issues is a recipe for disaster.

oh well.

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Release Date:

18 March 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Dolby Digital



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16:9 HD
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